3 February 2015
Sêr Solar, in association with SPECIFIC and Swansea University, cordially invite you to attend Printed Photovoltaics: From Materials to Manufacture.
The two day workshop will discuss the challenge and opportunities for printed PV technologies, including perovskites, organic and hybrid devices. Topics to be discussed include materials and device function, processing and stability, and scaleup towards manufacturable technologies.
Conference Chair: Professor James Durrant
Imperial College London and Sêr Solar chair, Swansea University
Matt Carnie (Sêr Solar)
Cécile Charbonneau (Sêr Solar)
Matthew Davies (Sêr Solar)
Wing Chung Tsoi (Sêr Solar)
Industrial Engagement Chair:
Silvia Villarroya-Lidon (Sêr Solar)
Confirmed Invited Speakers:
Aldo Di Carlo (University of Rome)
Hans Egelhaaf (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)
Michael Grätzel (EPFL)
Saif Haque (Imperial College London)
David Lidzey (Sheffield University)
Paul Meredith (University of Queensland)
Jenny Nelson (Imperial College London)
Michael Niggemann (eight19)
Brian O’Regan (Swansea University)
Henry Snaith (University of Oxford)
Mark Spratt (G Cell Ltd.)
Trystan Watson (Swansea University)
The conference will be held at the Marriott Hotel, Swansea with a a poster session sponsored by GCell and Solar Press at the hotel on April 20th, followed by a conference dinner at the National Waterfront Museum. After conference end on April 21st at 12.30pm, there is an opportunity to visit the SPECIFIC Innovation and Knowledge Centre (IKC) or attend an Early Career Workshop (both held in Baglan). Both options will finish by 3.30pm.
Once you have purchased your ticket, there is an option to submit your abstract along with an option at conference end on April 21st to attend a tour of the SPECIFIC IKC in Baglan or attend an Early Career Workshop there. A buffet lunch and transport to the IKC is included. When submitting your abstract, please select if you wish to be considered for the poster session or the early career workshop.
Deadline for abstract submission is 18th March.
Early purchase conference tickets are £150 or £80 for students.
Early registration ends 30th March
Conference price increases from £150 to £170 and for students from £80 to £100. Any orders placed after 30th March will be at the increased price.
To purchase a ticket, submit an abstract and register to attend the SPECIFIC IKC tour or the Early Career Workshop, please follow the link.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact email@example.com.
Sêr Cymru Solar is a Welsh Government funded project.
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